If you love making your own dried herbs at home, you would be remiss if you don’t have a jar of dried calendula in your cupboard. Also known as the marigold, there are many uses for dried calendula around the home.
You can use it in teas, or in soaps and creams. Calendula is known to have a sweet, mild flavor, making it the perfect way to end a meal. It is also known to have medicinal properties, and can be used to reduce menstrual cramps, reduce fevers, and prevent muscle spasms.
Learn how to properly harvest and dry calendula below.
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